We approach the year 2015 and therefore the referendum on equal marriage in Ireland. A new poll shows that support for the bill continues to grow.
In Slovakia, the president Andrej Kiska has decided to hold a referendum on equal marriage in early 2015.
There was to be a referendum on the "family protection" law in Slovakia since the Alliance for the Family (AZR) had obtained enough signatures but Slovak President Andrej Kiska preferred that the Constitutional Court first assesses whether the referendum questions are consistent with the country's constitution.
In Brazil, lawmakers decided to let voters express their support or their opposition to same-sex civil unions in next October.
Bad news in Croatia where, by a referendum, Croatian voters rejected marriage equality.
The battle always continues in Minnesota. The Minnesota Association of Professional Employees (MAPE) voted and unanimously against a referendum which can place the ban of gay marriage in the constitution of the State.
A new poll organized in Maryland shows that 54% of voters are favorable to a law allowing marriage for gay and lesbian couples what is auspicious a few months before the referendum.
Gay marriage in Washington was blocked from taking effect Wednesday. The opposents gathered sufficient signatures to have a public vote in November.
Opponents to gay marriage in Maryland gave the number of signatures necessary to obtain a referendum in November.
Opponents to gay marriage in Maryland started to submit signatures to the state Board of Elections in an effort to have a referendum in November.